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Neyyappam

2013-01-13
  • Yield : 20
  • Servings : 10
  • Prep Time : 4:00 h
  • Cook Time : 30m
  • Ready In : 30m
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neyyappam


Yummy traditional Kerala snack


Neyyappam is a tasty traditional snack of Kerala. As it name implies neyyappam is made with rice flour and jaggery in ghee. We can store neyyappam in an airtight container up to one week (if we didn’t use banana). My grandmother used to make this snack for Bakrid. Golden childhood memories :) . Neyyappam is very easy to make and requires very few ingredients.We are adding baking soda for the fluffiness of the neyyappam. Now a days people are more health conscious; so you can use oil instead of ghee.


I would like to share some other delicious snacks recipes like unniyappam
sweet kozhukkatta
paal kozhukkatta
pazham pori
Sugiyan
puthina vada
onion pakkavada
cabbage pakkkavada
Dear friends, please try out this recipes and let me know how it went out for you.
How to make neyyappam?

Ingredients

1/2 kg of Rice Flour(half boiled rice(pachari) – not roasted)
1/4 kg of Jaggery
100g of Chopped coconut
1 no of Banana(optional)
1/8 spn. of Baking soda
Oil/ghee for fry

Neyyappam Preparation method

Step 01


Make thick jaggery solution.

Step 02


Fry chopped coconut in ghee. Keep aside.

Step 03


Make a thick batter of rice flour with jaggery solution (Grind soaked rice along with jaggery solution)

Step 04


Add chopped coconut,mashed banana,baking soda and cardamom powder.

Step 05


Mix all the ingredients and keep the batter for 4-5 hour.

Step 06


Heat oil in a pan.

Step 07


With a sunken ladle, pour small quantities into the oil(the size of a cookie) and deep fry to a golden brown color.

Note :
You can make rice flour by soak rice in water for 4-5 hours,drain it and grind using small grinder.

Please Check out other traditional snacks of South India…
Unniyappam
Oats Unniyappam
Pazham Pori

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Comments (3)

  1. posted by Arifa on February 3, 2012

    Amazing dish…..Looks yummy….:)

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  2. posted by George Suprith on August 11, 2014

    is the Appams in the picture are prepared using same method..? please confirm to try.

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    • posted by Shameer Mohammed on August 12, 2014

      of course George.This dish is prepared and photographed by me.Baking soda makes the neyyappam this much fluffy.. You should try :)

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